This fact sheet updates the analysis done in our earlier response to EEI's timeline of environmental regulations.
EPA remains on track in issuing rules that provide a path to a cleaner power fleet.
The U.S. electric power system is gradually shifting toward cleaner forms of generation. One sign of this transition is the declining use of coal for electric power production.
Electricity generation capacity adequacy and transmission and ancillary services reliability are difficult to quantify and forecast due to the inherently local scale of power flow modeling. However, the lack of reliability problems over decades of previous Clean Air Act regulation